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Old 7th December 2011, 19:58   #196
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Hey guys can anyone help me in getting these wheels for my scorpio . The make is NEO WHEELS and model name is VISION CP . These are actually discontinued but are supplied only to Mahindra customisation .

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Old 31st December 2011, 23:03   #197
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I use X2, from Taiwan alloys for my Swift
I was initially impressed with the looks and cost.I purchased this in last Auto Expo. The guy was a importer for the brand from Taiwan and was not interested in sales inside the Expo. But some how convinced. He agreed that he will give it from godown on the next day. As promised he gave me.
Set of for I got for 9.5k.

I have absolutely no problem wrt performance.
Sheer steady and no wobbling or other issues.
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Old 29th October 2012, 14:16   #198
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I seem to be reviving quite an old thread, but I consider this thread to be more appropriate to post my query, than the 'show off your alloy wheels' thread.

Has anyone heard of the brand called 'Alutec'? I think they are sold mainly in the UK. I love this particular design [Poision - Silver] and would want to see if I can source these for my Skoda Fabia [I think the PCD is the same and the width, I might need to check].

Is there any dealer/wholesaler in B'lore who has sourced specific alloy wheels from abroad, without fleecing the customer? If yes, appreciate if you could help me with the details you have.

This is the design that I would like to have:
http://www.wolfrace.com/alutec_details.php?wheelID=259

Alutec's website: http://www.alutec.de/alutec/en/felgen-designs

Thanks in advance for any help.

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Old 2nd November 2012, 10:19   #199
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^^ No response over 3 days? Hope this thread is not dead.

Anyone?
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Reviving this old thread. Hope it is still active.
I am in the market for 13 inch alloys for my Santro Xing.
Presently my car runs on 13 inch alloys of a brand called 'Shoraka Racing'which we procured from a second hand market six years ago. Recently, one wheel got dent which was causing air loss from tyre.
I am quite confused between Indian and international brands.
I want to buy Neo alloys. They have some great designs. I like their 13 inch Illusion and Transformer models.
But, local showroom here is pushing me to buy HRS.
I have the below queries-
How much can be the difference in price between Indian and imported alloys?
Keeping in mind Indian road conditions, should I stick to Indian brand?
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Buy the NEO Alloy Transformer with eyes closed, as we are using for 5 years (quite old, but stable design). Indian alloys are good considering we pay half (in few cases)

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I like their 13 inch Illusion and Transformer models. But, local showroom here is pushing me to buy HRS.
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